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1 hour ago, 3 Stacks said:

It will help them, I think. Everton aren't equipped to be a big club, tossing cash around. They've always been better finding bargains and being underdogs.

Not easy to find bargains though these days. Even Championship strikers go for nearly 20ml when a Premier league teams involved

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11 minutes ago, Lee909 said:

Not easy to find bargains though these days. Even Championship strikers go for nearly 20ml when a Premier league teams involved

£20million is a bargain these days!

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Apparently that Periria has announced he’s ‘withdrawing’ from the management job! Haha he’s probably discovered how shit they are!

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45 minutes ago, suzy said:

Apparently that Periria has announced he’s ‘withdrawing’ from the management job! Haha he’s probably discovered how shit they are!

Nah, he's heard that Ancelotti is interested so he's just stepping aside.

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1 hour ago, suzy said:

Apparently that Periria has announced he’s ‘withdrawing’ from the management job! Haha he’s probably discovered how shit they are!


“The team from Liverpool are interested in offering you the manager’s position?”

 

“Klopp is leaving?”

 

”No, not Liverpool. Everton.”

 

”Who??“

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1 hour ago, suzy said:

Apparently that Periria has announced he’s ‘withdrawing’ from the management job! Haha he’s probably discovered how shit they are!

They told him how small his salary would be compared to what he's pulling now!

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Just now, AngryofTuebrook said:

"I wish... I wish we were a BIG club!"

Knowing Everton though it'll be a full on wishmaster experience. 

 

 "I wish... I wish we were a BIG club!"

 

And they're the biggest club, in the Championship

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16 minutes ago, Anubis said:

Can you imagine his reaction to Twitter abuse over red Christmas decorations.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, cloggypop said:

Ancelotti is available. 

Weird by Napoli unless someone is lined up

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I like Ancelotti but I get the impressions he has gone a bit lazy and is just going through the motions a bit nowadays.

 

Obviously I am not an ITK but he doesn't strike me as somebody looking for an all-encompassing mid/long term 'project'.

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52 minutes ago, Stickman said:

That'll teach him for winning 4-0

He had a big spat not so long ago when the Club President oprdered the players to attend a training camp for a week because of poor performance in the league. They refused and Ancelotti backed the players. He's paying the price for that and their continuing under achievement in the league.

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